BrainFit Tutoring Accelerates All Students!
Reading and Cognitive Skills Development with Neurological Based On-Line Software with One-On-One Tutoring In One Lab for All Ages
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What is Brain Fitness?
BrainFit Utilizes Blended Learning
BrainFit Training's blended learning program starts with instruction in our lab and then moves to Internet based instruction at home. We use internationally recognized Scientific Learning's Fast ForWord products which develop the cognitive skills of Memory, Attention, Processing and Sequencing. We also utilize Scientific Learning's Reading Assistant to develop independent reading, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Once students understand the software, they will be able to work on their own at home, at school or on vacation. Progress on the software will be monitored daily by our staff and weekly reports e-mailed to parents. Our staff will intervene with any student whose progress is not considered adequate.
These interventions may be in our training lab or at home via communications technologies.
New Location: Along with our Mandarin office, we now have a new office in the Avenues Professional Park across from the Avenues Mall. 10175 Fortune Parkway Unit 1102, 32256. (Southside Boulevard entrance)
By appointment only. Call today!
904 860 4247
Ideal for Home School Parents
Feel secure having a complete foundation in language and reading for your child keyed to Common Core State Standards. No parent knowledge of reading skills needed to start and monitor your child's progress.
Fast ForWord Video
This video was developed for use in Australia and explains how Scientific Learnings products work to prepare students for a solid foundation in reading and language.. Please take a look. It is about 4 minutes long and gives you an overview of the exercises and technology. From this overview you will understand how research, neuroscience and technology combine to get results! Select the fullscreen icon for better viewing.
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